25 terms

Fall WordMasters 4th Blue 2018

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clutter
(v.) to fill or cover in a disorderly way; (n.) a state of disorder, mess
snip
short quick cut with scissors; V: cut with scissors
graceful
having beauty of movement
fleck
spot; mark with flecks; N: small mark or spot
stumble
miss a step and fall or nearly fall
hollow
having a hole or empty space inside
tatters
torn pieces; shreds
torn or ragged clothing
slash
1. to make a long cut with a sharp object, especially in a violent way
2. (often used in newspapers) to reduce something by a large amount
awkward
clumsy; not well-suited to use; not easily managed; embarrassing
glimmer
a faint, unsteady light
soar
to fly high in the sky
dim
not bright or clear
splatter
to splash
coast
the shore of a sea or ocean
drenched
soaked or very wet
soot
black powder in smoke
burnish
(v.) to make smooth or glossy by rubbing, polish; (n.) gloss, brightness, luster
spry
Moving with quickness and ease; lively
flaw
a slight fault; a defect
sociable
friendly or agreeable in company; companionable.
vacant
empty; not filled
smudge
a dirty mark or smear
dampen
(v.) 1. make moist, or 2. make less strong
DISCOURAGE
fluid
A substance that flows
easily flowing
cove
a small inlet or bay; a recess in the sea shore
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